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Fire heats up housing market

Home prices in Jackson County shot up 14.8% in the first three months of 2021, propelled by high demand, low inventory and fire survivors looking for a place to...

Amy's Kitchen workers

Amy's Kitchen announced this week Xavier Unkovic has been named the new chief executive officer of the prepared organic food company. Amy's Kitchen CEO Xavier U...

Discovering the gems of Southern Oregon

The grand ballroom of the Ashland Hills Hotel was converted into an Indiana Jones movie scene Thursday night complete with a Temple of Doom and a snake pit. The...

Metaphysical library has a new home

The Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library has new quarters, with an adjacent coffee house and an art gallery with an open mic for live music and workshops. The libr...

Pig farm neighbors make their case

A hog and poultry processing farm just south of Ashland can continue operations at least through mid-February, since it will take that long to decide whether ne...

Recipes for success: Simmer for 10 years

No matter what day, no matter what time, it seems there's always a line out the door of Morning Glory in Ashland, the No. 1 overall of 122 restaurants in Ashlan...

Rogue Credit Union declares dividend

Rogue Credit Union returned $4 million dollars to its member-owners on Dec. 5 as part of the credit union's second Rogue Rewards Loyalty Dividend. Members earne...

Ausland promotes civil engineer

Jonathan Goldstein has been promoted to the senior civil engineering designer post at the Ashland office of the Ausland Group.

Ashland's offering free parking

The city is taking steps to help local businesses make up for what they lost during a smoky summer that reddened skies and bottom lines. The city is offering fr...

Jeffnet will merge into Ashland Home Net

The Jeffnet internet service will merge into Ashland Home Net and Ashland Home Net will provide all technical support and customer care and billing support for ...

'Stop feeding the mouse'

Stop feeding the mouse. Shop locally and build your own community instead of somebody else's. That pretty much sums up the case made by members of the Ashland C...